Bryan is a husband, father, brother, and US Army veteran who tries to make living by staying creative. Bryan has been working as a creative professional since 2015.
Bryan illustrates using both tradition and digital means. Most of his work is traditionally hand draw and inked and the cleaned up and colored digitally.
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Life - Bryan has always had a talent and being attempting to be funny, in 3rd grade he was disciplined for telling jokes during a talent show that were not age appropriate. Excelling in art was natural for Bryan but he never really wanted to draw things that did not hold his interest, that lead to poor art class grades in high school. Bryan loved comics but his skills were not ready for the big league when he graduated so he joined the US Army and stopped drawing. Fast forward to 2013 while he worked as a police office Bryan decided to give the "art thing" another chance. With the advancement or digital art, social media and online tutorials Bryan began to grain steam as he powered toward a life of being a full time artist always telling himself to...stay creative!
Film and Television – Living in the metro Atlanta area has some benefits and Bryan has found himself on the set of a few productions. Networking has lead him to be involved with films like Playtime's Over, Dead by Midnight sequel, The Walking Dead and much more. With more time and experience it is only a matter of time before he lands some lands that iconic role or maybe even have one of his creation brought to life. Keep up with Bryan's IMDB entries for up to date projects.
Podcasts – Bryan has been a guest on several podcast talking about his art, film work and comic book topics and in 2019 he started his own podcast that lasted about 10 months. The extra work and difficulties took their tool and Bryan ceased the podcast. He continues to make appearances on different shows and in mid 2020 he partnered up with The House of Indie podcast to start a show called This Week in Geek. Click the link to stay current on the podcast.
Music – Like most kids in the 1990's Bryan and his friends had dreams of making music, and they did. Bryan teamed up with his high school friends and from 1990 through about 2005 they made rap and hip hop music. Bryan was not very gifted lyrically so his appearances on track are very few but id was part of the machine; Bryan was mostly used for marketing, entertainment and a hype man. They did a hand full of local shows and once even opened for Gucci Mane in 2004 at bar. Some of the music is on Youtube.
Comic Books – In 2014 Bryan began working as a graphic designer and fan artist. Bryan embraced his love for comic books and the art form and in 2019 he landed his first professional comic book cover with Metalshark Bro #1 from Scout Comics. That one event unlocked a lot more work for Bryan and he began to do cover art for more Scout Comics titles, some retailer exclusive cover art and countless covers for crowdfunded projects. Tired of drawing other people's creations and not having his own Bryan created Kerra Prime and started creating his own characters. In July of 2020 the first of Bryan's creations was published by Scout Comics, Loggerhead. Building on the momentum Bryan continues to expand the world of Kerra Prime with new and interesting characters that he creates and writes.
A full time art life is very difficult and life can be hard. If you feel that you would like to support me for nothing more than a heartfelt "Thank you" than please feel free to use the button below to make a one-time donation. Thank you for any and all support.